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Hawks win game 1. They needed that one.
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Thanks for starting the thread. Sorry guys, been a busy week!
03-26-2021 11:08 PM
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Game 2 down 11 -8 top 9th

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Well, don’t blame the offense on this one. Frustrating loss but we have to come out strong tomorrow.
03-27-2021 05:23 PM
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Down 9 -5 top 8th. We had 5 run lead. It is hard to understand this team.i expected better play from them

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9 -8 top 9th 1 out.

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Wild pitch ties game

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Lost 10 - 9 bot 9th

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This team is tough to figure out. All the talent in the world, then loses 4 of its first 6 conference games


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Has the pitching staff quit? Have they been reading their own press clippings? They need to get their $hit together.

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23 freshmen. I'm hoping they learn from these bumps in the road in time.
03-28-2021 06:21 PM
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(03-28-2021 06:21 PM)SEA33HAWK Wrote:  23 freshmen. I'm hoping they learn from these bumps in the road in time.

They have 9-10 true freshmen and only two or three of them really see the field regularly. The State game featured some shaky defense and it has continued since then. Yesterday vs COC UNCW gave up 15 hits,6 walks,2 errors-one to allow the winning run. They also missed st least two chances to turn double plays but instead played those chances into base hits and runs scored.
The DH spot has also been an automatic out other than the walkoff HR by Marsh.
Walks and errors lose games-period. This is a talented team and really should have swept both of the last two weekends.
03-29-2021 08:42 AM
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True, mullet. Mangero had been rock solid at SS previously but had a key error yesterday that led to 2 unearned runs for Gorham.

We've had great nights on defense, the ECU game in particular, so I would hope this is the problem that can be fixed the quickest.
03-29-2021 10:17 AM
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A healthy number of pitchers are freshmen. And, due to the shortened covid season last year, I count all 23 as freshmen. A lot of errors were made in the covid season. We started out looking like that has been resolved. But errors have reared their ugly head. I attribute that partly to the youth. Thru 5 decades I have seen our younger players start their college career with many errors. It took most a season to settle down. Some didn't until their junior year. I've seen JuCo players come in and make one error after another the first year and turn around the second year and play lights out D.
Jones is a recent example. He stayed an extra year to improve on his game. And it paid off. In baseball it just takes time for some players to settle into a higher level of the game.
03-29-2021 12:20 PM
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The DH spot has not hurt as bad as it looks. We have had four 3 hit games out of that spot. Actually our worst hitter at DH could very well be Suggs. Most of his better at bats have come while catching.
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(03-29-2021 12:23 PM)SEA33HAWK Wrote:  The DH spot has not hurt as bad as it looks. We have had four 3 hit games out of that spot. Actually our worst hitter at DH could very well be Suggs. Most of his better at bats have come while catching.

Suggs is not a DH to me ,that spot is Evans and Marsh and Marsh has been inconsistent and Evans has not produced at all. Suggs is one of the best hitters on the team without question . Mongero has made some costly errors and some great plays,what you need there is the routine out has to happen. Walks and errors-the way to lose. Get back to solid baseball,get ahead in the count and stop walking the bottom of the order.
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(03-29-2021 12:20 PM)SEA33HAWK Wrote:  A healthy number of pitchers are freshmen. And, due to the shortened covid season last year, I count all 23 as freshmen. A lot of errors were made in the covid season. We started out looking like that has been resolved. But errors have reared their ugly head. I attribute that partly to the youth. Thru 5 decades I have seen our younger players start their college career with many errors. It took most a season to settle down. Some didn't until their junior year. I've seen JuCo players come in and make one error after another the first year and turn around the second year and play lights out D.
Jones is a recent example. He stayed an extra year to improve on his game. And it paid off. In baseball it just takes time for some players to settle into a higher level of the game.

THese guys are solid players in the field and have played a ton of baseball. They are making errors on routine plays that any decent college player makes. It happens but you have to move to the next play and not play scared-that is what I saw vs State and it has continued,
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(03-29-2021 01:15 PM)jumpinmullet Wrote:  
(03-29-2021 12:20 PM)SEA33HAWK Wrote:  A healthy number of pitchers are freshmen. And, due to the shortened covid season last year, I count all 23 as freshmen. A lot of errors were made in the covid season. We started out looking like that has been resolved. But errors have reared their ugly head. I attribute that partly to the youth. Thru 5 decades I have seen our younger players start their college career with many errors. It took most a season to settle down. Some didn't until their junior year. I've seen JuCo players come in and make one error after another the first year and turn around the second year and play lights out D.
Jones is a recent example. He stayed an extra year to improve on his game. And it paid off. In baseball it just takes time for some players to settle into a higher level of the game.

THese guys are solid players in the field and have played a ton of baseball. They are making errors on routine plays that any decent college player makes. It happens but you have to move to the next play and not play scared-that is what I saw vs State and it has continued,

I agree. Freshmen and some sophomores have a tendency errors affecting their play. They started the year playing great D overall. Now they've let errors get in their heads instead of just moving on. This is when the cream rises to the top. This is where they either mature as D1 players or someone will eventually take their spot. I do believe Randy is being patient with them, and it will pay off for both the players and the team. Especially since they have already shown how solid they can be.
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